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Simple Indian Cookery: How to use spices

By
Monisha Bharadwaj
Master the secrets of cooking curries with spices and never order an Indian takeaway again!

What you'll learn

In this class, you will learn to cook an Indian meal using spices in the best possible way for maximum flavour and perfection. With just a few key ingredients and equipment you already have in your kitchen, you will create delicious curries and sides to share. The menu will include: Turmeric Rice, Chicken and Spinach Curry, Prawn Jalfrezi, and Cucumber and Mint Raita with toasted cumin.

We'd love you to join in and participate but you're also welcome to just sit back, relax and watch the fun!
All prices are reflected in £GBP, however, we welcome guests from across the globe. Your total amount will be converted into your local currency at checkout.
The ticket price reflects up to two people sharing one screen/login. For additional participants, you must purchase additional tickets.
You'll be provided your Zoom link upon booking, no later than 72 hours before the start of your class.

About

Monisha Bharadwaj

Monisha Bharadwaj is an award winning author, chef, food historian and food writer based in London, UK. Many of her 16 books have been shortlisted for and won several prestigious international awards including the World Gourmand Cookbook Award 2020 for ‘Indian in 7’.

Monisha is a qualified chef from the prestigious Institute of Hotel Management in Mumbai and has run her successful cookery school Cooking With Monisha, situated in West London, teaching her brand of simple, healthy Indian cooking, since 2006. She has cooked on TV many times, most recently on Inside the Factory (ITV) and been a guest chef at the Michelin starred restaurant Benaras. Monisha has been a guest on Radio 4’s Food Programme and their show on ‘Turmeric’ and won the Fortnum and Mason Award in 2018.

She has taught at several top UK cookery schools including the Ashburton Cookery School, the Bertinet Kitchen and at Borough Market. Monisha also holds a BA in Indian History and has been invited to give talks on the history and provenance of Indian food at Kew Gardens, SOAS, the British Council and more.

What to bring

All ingredients needed will be sent out before the class start date.

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Technical requirements
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Preparation
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